Keeping the Summer Stride

Ashley HubnerBlog, Lead Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: Teachers recharge over the summer and before you know it, the school year is here. Although the school year can bring anticipation and excitement, it can also bring the loss of self-care. Help your teachers find ways to maintain self-care all year long by developing a plan. Keeping the Summer Stride “A little bit of summer is what the … Read More

Episode 48: Self Care Talk W/April Moody-Jennings

Alex Calderon1st Gen Teacher Lens Podcast

Hey, Y’all, we’re back with a brand new episode! In this episode, I discuss self-care and its benefits with April Moody-Jennings. Ms. Jennings seeks to be a voice for racial justice for women of color in education. In addition, she is a digital creator who creates mindful and self-care resources to help women navigate daily stresses. I hope you enjoy … Read More

Self Love and Giving Thanks With Laura Rizo

Kyle HillXhausted Educators Podcast

Educators everywhere are pretty down on themselves right now. Students are very down on themselves right now too. Laura Rizo, a high school counselor and public speaker-motivator, is aiming to help with that in this episode! She shares all about the importance of self love, and for someone who has overcome the obstacles in her life that she has, that’s … Read More

Fear of Regret | Tina Boogren | Methods vs Format

Tom SchimmerThe Tom Schimmer Podcast

In Don’t @ Me (1:42), Tom opens with a personal story that illustrates how the fear of regret can be a driver of success in our lives. Then, Tom is joined by Tina Boogren (19:08) to discuss the importance of self-care for educators and why focusing on ourselves is not selfish, but necessary for us to be at our best … Read More

Finding Rest During These Times

Susan JachymiakBlog, Manage Better, Self Care Better

TL;DR: You are making a difference by simply showing up and doing your best each day. It is okay to take a break. We need to take care of ourselves before we take care of others. When your mind takes a break to decompress, creativity flows better. Prior to the pandemic, I was a person who was always on the … Read More